Southern Sweden offers good conditions for cultivating more legumes for human consumption, for example peas and faba beans. But despite increased demands of food legumes, these crops represent a very low proportion of the arable land, and farmers experience difficulties to find profitable outlets for their legume crops. This project will test the hypothesis that the most important obstacles are found in post-harvest steps, for example drying, cleaning, storage and early processing, and that there is a lack of opportunities for dialogue between growers and buyers of food legumes. Through a series of workshops and meetings, we will analyse how farmers and buyers (intermediaries as well as end users) describe the obstacles against secured delivery of regionally grown legumes, and suggest how these obstacles can be removed. By facilitating market access, the project will contribute to improved business opportunities for farmers and an increased south-Swedish cultivation of food legumes.